Who sings sea of heartbreak
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Rosanne Cash - "Sea Of Heartbreak" - Live From Zone C
Sea of heartbreak
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His family was poor and he stopped attending school in grade two to help out his sharecropping parents. He developed an interest in music at an early age and was inspired by recording artists like Tennessee Ernie Ford. In his late teens he held down a number of jobs including a as soda jerk, baby diaper deliveryman and dishwasher. This enhanced Gibson who began to experiment with different styles by his mid-teens. With some early success, he recorded some records for Mercury Records and later with Columbia.
His smooth, pleasing vocal style and ruggedly handsome looks particularly pleased women during his time. Nashville sound is a subgenre of American country music originated back in the mid s. It competed with the dominance of honky-tonk music, which was also the most popular during the s and early s. He considered himself as one of the tortured souls who poured his heart out in his sorrowful songs. He was an effective purveyor of classic songs dealing with heartbreak and loneliness.
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The song has been covered by a number of artists, perhaps most famously by Johnny Cash. The song describes the feelings of lost love, and compares them to being lost in a metaphorical sea of intensely sad emotion to an, at least in the chorus and in the overall impression, surprisingly cheery tune. It contains three verses with a chorus at the beginning and ending, and in between verses. The chorus lines are Kenny Price recorded the song in , and peaked at number 24 on the country charts in the USA.
Honey, tell me what it brings to mind. It's a picture of that '57 Chevrolet. I wish that we could ride it one more time. I still get excited when I think about, The drive-in picture shows you took me to. They don't make cars like they used to. I wish we still had it today.